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I'm trying to create a Dynect managed dns user with the minimum set of permissions necessary to add and delete CNAMEs via the REST API.

So far I can create CNAMEs but not delete them.

I have RecordAdd, RecordUpdate, RecordDelete, ZoneAddNode, ZoneRemoveNode, and ZonePublish set.

  • When I try to delete a CNAME via the API I get a 404 error with "Host is not in this zone".
  • When I try to delete the CNAME in the same way with a fully-privileged user it works fine, so I know the API call is correct.
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Solved this - You also need the RecordGet permission in addition to RecordAdd/Update/Delete. –  aocole Feb 20 '12 at 22:23

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You also need the RecordGet permission in addition to RecordAdd/Update/Delete.

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